• nothing fancy, please quote back

    From Maurice Kinal@1:261/38 to Kees Van Eeten on Sat Apr 25 16:38:22 2015
    Hey Kees!

    Like the subject says; Ein m lre seg krype fr ein lrer g.

    Life is good,
    Maurice

    ... A Mse once bit my sister ...

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  • From Kees van Eeten@2:280/5003.4 to Maurice Kinal on Sun Apr 26 00:42:14 2015
    Hello Maurice!

    25 Apr 15 16:38, you wrote to me:

    Like the subject says; Ein må lære seg å krype før ein lærer å gå.

    ... A Møøse once bit my sister ...

    Here you are.

    Kees

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5
    * Origin: As for me, all I know is that, I know nothing. (2:280/5003.4)
  • From Maurice Kinal@1:261/38 to Kees Van Eeten on Sat Apr 25 22:55:50 2015
    Hey Kees!

    Here you are.

    Thanks! Big difference so now I know for sure that this won't work.

    Life is good,
    Maurice

    ... A Mse once bit my sister ...

    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Dada-2
    * Origin: Prism bbs (1:261/38)
  • From Kees van Eeten@2:280/5003.4 to Maurice Kinal on Sun Apr 26 12:42:10 2015
    Hello Maurice!

    25 Apr 15 22:55, you wrote to me:

    Here you are.

    Thanks! Big difference so now I know for sure that this won't work.

    ... A Møøse once bit my sister ...

    I am not sure if your conclusion is correct. I use a very crippled conversion
    to UTF-8 in my Golded. It only works for up to 0xff, as there the ISO and
    UTF-8 are identical. There are better solutions.

    Kees

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5
    * Origin: As for me, all I know is that, I know nothing. (2:280/5003.4)
  • From Kees van Eeten@2:280/5003.4 to Maurice Kinal on Sun Apr 26 14:09:28 2015
    Hello Maurice!

    25 Apr 15 22:55, you wrote to me:

    Thanks! Big difference so now I know for sure that this won't work.

    The encouraging thing is that the prototype of a messagereader that I am
    developing in Python, presented all the messages correctly.

    It is about time I add an editor to it as well, but then, that is probably the
    easy part. Inserting the message into the messagestore is another challenge.

    Kees

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5
    * Origin: As for me, all I know is that, I know nothing. (2:280/5003.4)
  • From Sergey Dorofeev@2:5020/12000 to Kees van Eeten on Tue May 5 21:48:58 2015
    Hello Kees,

    orig.message to echo UTF-8 on 26 Apr 15 14:09:28
    25 Apr 15 22:55, you wrote to me:

    Thanks! Big difference so now I know for sure that this won't work.

    The encouraging thing is that the prototype of a messagereader that I am developing in Python, presented all the messages correctly.

    It is about time I add an editor to it as well, but then, that is probably the easy part. Inserting the message into the messagestore is another challenge.

    Python2 or Python3? I'd be interested in integrating such editor with my msgbase...

    Sergey

    ... vim
    --- PyFTN
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  • From Kees van Eeten@2:280/5003.4 to Sergey Dorofeev on Tue May 5 21:15:10 2015
    Hello Sergey!

    05 May 15 21:48, you wrote to me:

    It is about time I add an editor to it as well, but then, that is
    probably the easy part. Inserting the message into the messagestore is
    another challenge.

    Python2 or Python3? I'd be interested in integrating such editor with my msgbase...

    Python3, as it is UTF internally. It is a bit trying, as all string functions
    can now only be used within the UTF context. In the past these convenient
    functions could also be used for processing binary data.

    You will have to adapt your thinking to the two separate environments.

    Kees

    --- GoldED+/LNX 1.1.5
    * Origin: As for me, all I know is that, I know nothing. (2:280/5003.4)
  • From Sergey Dorofeev@2:5020/12000 to Kees van Eeten on Tue May 5 23:43:49 2015
    Hello Kees,

    orig.message to echo UTF-8 on 05 May 15 21:15:10
    Python2 or Python3? I'd be interested in integrating such editor with my
    msgbase...

    Python3, as it is UTF internally. It is a bit trying, as all string functions can now only be used within the UTF context. In the past these convenient functions could also be used for processing binary data.

    They work fine with "bytes" type, just initialize string with b"", or encode it into arbitrary encoding (suppose UTF-8).

    You will have to adapt your thinking to the two separate environments.

    I use python2 only in needed library exists only for 2-nd version, for example odfpy...

    Sergey

    ... vim
    --- PyFTN
    * Origin: fluid.fidoman.ru (2:5020/12000)